MP3 Mark Cloutier - Attitude Blues
BAD ASS BLUES BY ONE OF THE FINEST GUITAR SLINGERS OUT THERE
15 MP3 Songs in this album (47:56) !
Related styles: BLUES: Guitar Blues, BLUES: Blues-Rock
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A MUST FOR BLUES GUITAR LOVERS---BALLS TO THE WALL INTENSE GUITARWORK!
A personal note to all::
i have a great blues band called double barrel blues band based out of syracuse ny----we have a cd as well--- here is the link to all---
This PARTICULAR cd is a collection of MARK CLOUTIER''S best fender strat work--thick muscular tones and heartfelt blues---its party music--turn to 11 and let it take you away!!
mark cloutier has 18 years of experience playing blues in central new https://www.tradebit.com former guitar man of dirty pool has played many major blues fests in past years-----notably, the new york state blues fest,chenango blues fest,massena springs blues bash,iron block harley davidson 105th anniversary party and blues in the bay-alex bay n.y.,etc.....mark has been recognized in central new york as best guitar player in central new york blues magazine 1997,and also was nominated 3 years for best blues band(dirty pool) by the syracuse sammy award https://www.tradebit.comk also recently had his picture on the front cover of "the vacationer" 1000 island magazine to promote 2008 blues in the bay!!!
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Kansas City Jan 13, 2009 @ 1:08 AM
Mark, what can I say...you guys kick ass! Great Great Music!
QUOTE BY JC CARROLL
"The Internet is rammed full of guys in their bedrooms uploading their shredding on guitar," Carroll writes, appropriately enough, in an e-mail from London. "Although Mark mainly plays the blues, he has something about his sound that is unique, and you can tell it is him straight away."
Carroll used Cloutier''s guitar work on three of the dozen songs on the CD.
QUOTE BY CHRIS MAHON
by Chris Mahon, Posted: 01/17/09 02:36:11PM
"Funky Blues Junky is making me REALLY happy right now. Smoking bro. I think I''ll upload another blues right now!
Collab some time bro??"
QUOTE BY HOOKER GREEN
"Man - you are the blues man thats for shure.."
QOUTE BY VARK
"as always I am awed by your playing".
QUOTE BY DACE
"MAN! You know i love your guitar playing.. SOOO COOL MAN!"
QOUTE BY PETER
"Man you''re a master of the Stratocaster. Tone and playing seem a little different from most of your other songs I''ve listened to. Backing is certainly cool and your lead work is very expressive. Got to love a slow blues."
SOME WORDS LEFT BY SOME GREAT MUSICIANS-A REVIEW OF TITLE TRACK-- TONE TO THE BONE
Vesa (17 Jan 2009 12:32 AM)
Oh, yeah MARK, the expression here I can feel movin'' up my spine, good focued blues playing, fine playing expression, weaving them strings ''to the bone", ah,ha, -love the phrasing, great riffing, natural effects, that are effective on this DYNANMIC tune. Simply going for it, can feel it. Good bass there and like the easy percussion; good sound all around; nice levels. EXCLELLLENT, well better tyhan that SUPERB is more like it and I do love it. A fave my friend; truly is. In it goes. Most inspiring. FAB! Your blues fan & friend.-Vesa.
Jims Artificial Eart (31 Dec 2008 05:38 AM)
Like Jimi and Stevie Ray got together for a jam someplace near Syracuse, and this is the song that came to life that night. Yeah, I don''t think I''m gonna think of anything smarter than that to say. Mark, I could listen to you squeeze those notes out of that Strat all day. Come to think of it, I have.... Love it, man! Peace, Jim
Nelson Powers (31 Dec 2008 02:05 AM)
I''m stickin this in the category of excellent. that ''yeah'' shout out says it all. great stuff as usual Mark :D
FocusPlayer (24 Dec 2008 10:17 PM)
Down right raw on this one dude. Always love your guitar man.
Lhansen (23 Dec 2008 07:27 PM)
The sparse arrangement works very nicely on this mark. Was this played live? i heard the ''yeah'' in there,so.... Nasty, biting tone on that git and I''m lovin'' it man! Hints of SRV in spots. The title fits the music perfectly. Well played and recorded!
Markyone (21 Dec 2008 05:00 PM)
A live jam, best kind of blues there is. Lost count of the number of times I''ve done similar things. Just never recorded any of them. Great work this brought back a few memories. Some nice work by all of you well done
zzaj (20 Dec 2008 10:44 PM)
Very, VERY dow-un kinda'' track, to be sure, Mark! Just LOVIN'' that guitar, & the "live shoutouts" add a certain dimension to the feelin'' that this is ALL THERE IS... Jimi or SRV woulda'' been PROUD, man!
songdoc (20 Dec 2008 09:57 PM)
This sounds very "live" to me. Gives it an authenticity that gives is power without excessive "production". I don''t know, sometimes I ramble too much. Anyhow, by about 2:30 the emotions are clear as a bell. Good work, David C Deal
bri-an (20 Dec 2008 03:50 PM)
into the bone-zone! https://www.tradebit.comAAA! i know that voice! (excellent vocal werk bro) Great to come face to face with some real output of emotion via: strat/ vox/ additude/ one may wonder..."what does the constant giging do for a muso?" listen here! listen here! Mark C is the one tearing the bones out from the flesh that holds em... Great room sound on this recording! Mark, woo! Just loved this bro!
markc (20 Dec 2008 01:25 PM)
yeah- my challenge is to tell a story with a strat--its tone--changes in sound-emotion--all with the guitar--no vocals--i enjoy that challenge! i think a listener can follow the story if he listens carefully--thanks!!
Terentek (20 Dec 2008 01:10 PM)
Doing what you do best Mark,just letting it flow. Strange thing i,no one probably knows whata guitar is actualy saying,but everyone seems to be able to understand it none the less. Emotion. It''s a strange language,full of infrences,suggesting the feelings. Excellent playing as always,man some of those bursts... Excellent. Nigel.
HOOKER-GREEN (20 Dec 2008 12:37 PM)
I could sit here for the whole day to listen to that outstanding guitar play of Mark. You tell a long story and I feel and hear a number of emotions and thoughts. What a passion and that distinctive kind of playing. Mark thats what makes may day. Thanks Erik
Dylan Thermos (20 Dec 2008 12:33 PM)
Hi Mark,You are definitely a SRV https://www.tradebit.comrat and a Fender amp if I guess https://www.tradebit.coms could have been a lovely blues song with some clever blues https://www.tradebit.comed the guitar sound keep sending tunes in lets hear your dulcet tones on some vocals........Dylan.
blues review-blues scource-nys blues fest
some nice words by tony dellario--mark cloutier-double barrel blues band
17 th ANNUAL NEW YORK STATE BLUES FESTIVAL
Syracuse, New York
Saturday July 12 th and Sunday July 13th, 2008
Things don''t always go as planned, but everything always works out. That was the story for us on the weekend of the 17 th Annual NY State Blues Festival in Syracuse New York. Bernie Clark, the rest of the Festival Board, and all the dedicated Volunteers who seem to return again and again for some reason pulled off another successful event. According to the local press, attendance of up to 8,000 plus on Saturday, and even with an almost washout due to heavy afternoon rains, a 5,000 plus crowd on Sunday!
We (my daughter Angela and I) had a late departure on Friday and didn''t get into town until about 10:30 PM on Friday evening. After making a decision to not go out, we got a good nights sleep, got up early on Saturday AM, and got to visit a while with my old friend and guitar slinger Mark Cloutier ( Double Barrel Blues Band ). We arrived down at Clinton Square and were backstage greeting some of our old friends by 1:30, and got to catch the end of the Ron Spencer Band''s set at the Dinosaur Barbeque Stage. Liverpool, NY guitarist Ron Spencer and high-octane energy singer Mark Gibson got the early afternoon crowd up with a blend of various covers and originals. With the rhythm of Jay Gould on bass and Ross Moe on drums, the band dug deep for Alvin Cash and the Crawler''s 1965 goodie " Twine Time ," and got my head going up and down (traditional blues groove head bob) with their original " Rollercoaster Blues ."
Next up came one of the bigger highlights of the Festival for me. The Double Barrel Blues Band took to the Hanover Square Stage and Mark Cloutier (guitar) and the boys tore it up. Opening up with Albert Collin''s " Frosty ", it was only uphill from there. These guys have been hard at work on the local scene, and based on the musicianship it would appear they all have been honing their skills! Keep up the great work guys, and thanks for keeping it real!